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Research from Japan shows that exposure to tobacco smoke both prenatally and postnatally may raise the risk of hearing problems in children.
Solar ultraviolet radiation is now recognized as an occupational disease common to outdoor workers in a number of countries.
New research says that delivering sleep health education and yoga interventions in low-income communities improved both sleep quality and daytime functioning.
Nancy Davis shares her experience with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and what inspired her to start Center Without Walls.
Walking at an average or fast pace is associated with a reduced risk of all-cause mortality as well as of cardiovascular disease.
Seven appears to be the magic number for sleep during a 24-hour period, while sleeping less or more may increase heart age.
The percentage of deaths due to opioids increased nearly 300 percent from 2001 to 2016, says new research in JAMA Network Open.
Congrats on quitting smoking, but your risk of lung cancer is still elevated. Here's why you should be vigilant about lung cancer screening.
New research says that time socializing with family, friends, and neighbors increased life satisfaction ratings.
Study finds many supplements provide few advantages to wellness (but also, no risk).